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Poster: Dancinbears Date: Dec 6, 2006 5:57pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

hello max! well first I forgot to tell you that I saw that your thread you started about the set-up here didn't work. I didn't want you to think I didn't see your post to me.

I like this question... I have a lot of t-shirts and I always look for more. Just got a new one, the Europe '72 from a store in the local mall! was kinda surprised when I asked the girl for any GD t's and she said yes. :) I have a bunch of key chains (guess what of?) , the poster where it's the 100 dead songs (I'm still trying to figure them all out), pictures, coffee mugs (a to-go one too), baseball caps, hoodies, and every book I could get my hands on....my favorite is my Deadbase VII...the binding is falling apart. :)

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Poster: JodyC Date: Dec 7, 2006 9:53am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

Hi DB- I have found some nice shirts at www.woodstocktradeco.com I bought this nice short sleeve button down SYF shirt for my brother and they stuck complimentary sticks of incense in the box. The shirt smelled like crap, so I had to hang it outside until the smell wore off. Had all the tags on it, so I didn't want to wash it. They have tons of kids stuff too. Glad you stayed around.

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Poster: Dancinbears Date: Dec 7, 2006 2:18pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

hey jody! guess what? this woodstock trading co. is in south jersey, and it's an actual head shop about 20 minute drive from my house!! I love it! it's where I get all my stuff from. the whole store smells exactly the way your shirt did! I love to burn insense too.

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Poster: JodyC Date: Dec 7, 2006 2:24pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

Small world. They seemed to have one of the more extensive collections when I was shopping online. See, great minds think alike.

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Poster: Max Chorak Date: Dec 6, 2006 6:28pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

The ringtones are snippets. Man, I can't find any other ringtones than Sprint's commercial stuff. It's all truckin', sugar mags, dark star.. but from the studio albums. Where did you guys find the real stuff? :D


YEah I love to collect the stuff, I am trying to get my hands on everything I can.

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Poster: Arbuthnot Date: Dec 6, 2006 7:06pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

Max ... wish i could add to the list, but alas, i've gone through a few of those periods of insanity in my life where i suddenly think i don't want anything anymore and just get rid of it all. Kept most of the tapes and vinyl, ditched the CDs. Go figure that one out. Ditched all the paraphenalia, kept the now fading memories. Regret most a pretty cool JGB t-shirt (one of only two GD/JGB-related i ever owned) that left my life when the car was stolen and my laundry in the trunk. Got the car back, not the laundry. In the Army on a manoeuvre in Honduras (don't ask), came back to find 40% of my vinyl stolen, most of the good shit. Though the jackass (never found out who did it) didn't take Live Dead. Sometimes miracles never cease. Have a few GD-related books, but haven't the time to read them anymore. Life got in the way and now i only read Westerns and stuff by long dead (hopefully grateful) authors.

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Poster: Max Chorak Date: Dec 6, 2006 10:16pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

HAha.. well.. i'm sorry for you that your car was stolen.. I have dennis mcnally's "a long strange trip".. cool book.. What did your jgb shirt look like and did you get it from a show?

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Poster: Arbuthnot Date: Dec 7, 2006 8:31pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD miscellanea

Max ... i did buy it at a show, and i can't rightly recall what it looked like on front (something with a weird skull like thing maybe), but the shirt was grey, and on the back it had a breakdown of the shows for that tour. This would be August of '84, two months to the day prior to my heading off for the Army and my three years of voluntary servitude.